Turkish Artist Paints On Water Using One Of The Oldest Turkish Art Techniques Called Ebru


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Turkish artist Garip Ay is not your everyday artist – he paints on water! Using Ebru, one of the oldest Turkish arts, he forms colorful patterns by sprinkling and brushing color pigments on a pan of oily water. Later, these patterns are transferred to paper, resulting to unique, mesmerizing paintings. Like what you see? Check this post for his Van Gough’s Starry Night edition.


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